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Posted:Hey all, I've been mucking about with juggling balls lately, and I remember seeing a Java juggler once...I think it will be useful - if anyone else wants to see it, it can be found here:http://www.juggling.org/programs/java/MAGNUS/juggler.htmlJosh-No - I havent given up twirling Non-Https Image Link
Posted:Another good one is:http://members.nbci.com/_XMCM/IsaacOrr/Simulators/JavaMaster/home.htmI like that one because of how the samples are set up (and the sheer number). Plus, it seems like the motions are a bit more realistic.But thanks for posting the other one. Seems to have some really neat features in it.